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Old 3rd Jun 2010, 07:00
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Thumbs up thanks silent scream

that was a very good advise,really appreciate it
cheers mate
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Old 3rd Jun 2010, 08:12
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@FLYCOUGAR,

Clear your PPL exams and Indian Class 1 medical before you start your training.
Complete your training and get your PPL along with all DGCA requirements of Skill test, Cross country flight and Documentation (Refer Schedule II and Conversion flow chart on DGCA website).
Come back and submit the documents. No one can stop your Indian PPL.

Flying training, like courer business, has its express line. But if you want to learn, and you sound like you want to, then go with a pace where you are comfortable in understanding and practicing the exercises. You will never regret it.

All the Best.
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Old 18th Nov 2010, 16:43
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Medical

If he wants to only do his PPL, a Class II medical will suffice. If he wants to continue to CPL, he will need a ClassI.
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Old 18th Nov 2010, 17:55
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@Flycougar...why would you want to do a PPL/CPL right now with 3000++ pilots and no openings? I am assuming you have the connections and the extra money.

If you are just hobby flier then it's fine! Otherwise I feel I should warn you of the situation, do a lot more research on the job situation, seriously.
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Old 10th Jul 2011, 20:26
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C90 rating extension by dgca?

hi
its been 11 months now since i last flew her.bcoz of som issues with the school i submitted my docs 5 months later i last flew. then dgca asked for some more docs for which the school took 5 more months to issue me the reqd docs.so now 11 months ill b submiting all the docs only to have a month in hand to actually have a endorsed lic.
so just want to ask is there anything by which i can ask dgca to extend my ratings validity for a month or 2.
looking forward to some suggestions.
thank you
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Old 9th Nov 2017, 18:15
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Lightbulb HELP ! HELP ! HELP !

I was looking out to join FLIGHT SAFETY INTERNATIONAL.

Can anyone look forward and verify that the following aircraft's are authorized in INDIA.

PIPER WARRIOR,CADET,ARROWS.
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Old 10th Oct 2018, 11:47
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FlightSafety

Hi
I got my CPL from FlightSafety Academy
None of the aircrafts there are registered in India. Not even the Piper Seminole
I REPEAT, PIPER SEMINOLE, PA44 IS NOT REGISTERED IN INDIA.
I am having a lot of issues with my conversion because of it.
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Old 31st Jan 2019, 18:13
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I have a similar doubt my friend is doing his flying on piper sennca PA34-200 in Canada but PA34-220 is approved by DGCA
Will there be any problem for my friend during conversion
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Old 25th Feb 2019, 17:59
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Even i have the same doubt. Can you please share me if you have got any answers.
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Old 13th May 2019, 17:35
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Originally Posted by Abhishek Reddy View Post
I have a similar doubt my friend is doing his flying on piper sennca PA34-200 in Canada but PA34-220 is approved by DGCA
Will there be any problem for my friend during conversion
ANY UPDATE?
I am also looking to fly in the USA and would like to which academy has the aircrafts that are registered in India. I saw Sunrise Aviation and was wondering if that's a good option.
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